Ok all I read about is cutting and bulking.
I't pretty obvious that when you cut you're adding definition to your body and when you bulk you're adding size.
I'll also assume that you eat more when you're bulking.
BUT... what are some workout routine differences between the two?
None. Keep it the same.
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So the only difference is your calorie intake? Does protein intake change?
Last edited by baja_stx; 06-30-2003 at 11:06 PM.
No change to your workout except adding in HIIT or other forms of cardio, although the weight you push may decrease. Your diet may change depending on what you are following, ie CKD etc. But your protein intake should stay the same.
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